Neither of which you provided in the example, hence the impossible to tell.

You need to see math in order for you to believe that businesses do not reward their most productive workers with higher wages?

(pauses in stunned silence)

>Hm. 2nd largest, debatable. Some would suggest the stagflation near-decade >of the 70’s, that combined high unemployment with high inflation. But let’s >not digress.

I could understand pointing out to the 1978 crash, but i disagree that stagnation is the same as crisis. Crisis requires a downfall.

I didn’t say stagnation. I said “stagflation”, which has a very specific definition to the events of the late 70’s.

And the needs of a person. Some people doing on very little considers their lives fulfilling. Some dont. Hence why it depends on what you consider fulfilling life.

Always. But most people seem to think material possessions and disposable cash are needed for a fulfilling life. I am very glad that there are altruists in this world, and that there are those who are happy without such sundry pursuits, but the general view seems to be that more is better.

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